ECPI University

AS in Electronics Engineering Technology

The Associate of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology program at ECPI University focuses on giving students the opportunity to learn about engineering technician topics and strengthen their talents in analysis, logic, and problem solving. Read on to find out more about this program today.

Official Program Name:

Associate of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology

School Offering Program:

ECPI University

Program Prerequisites:

Individuals interested in applying to this program should enjoy taking things apart and trying to understand how they work. They should want to improve their problem-solving and analyzing skills for possible future careers. Prior to admission, prospective students must have a high school diploma or GED, and will be required to pass an admissions test in order to enter into the program.

Program Description:

The Associate of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology program at ECPI University is designed to help students gain a better understanding of computer hardware and different data programs as well as polish their existing technical instincts. Classes are designed to cover specific topics such as computer networks and data acquisition as well as more broad subjects such as basics of computers and electronics. Students have the opportunity to work hands-on and in real-world situations in order to gain a better grasp of subject material such as:

  • Digital Electronics
  • Data Acquisition and Control Systems
  • Computer Hardware
  • Computer Network Fundamentals

Students will be required to complete a capstone project and/or an externship in order to graduate from the program.

Learning Format:

Online or On-Campus (please contact ECPI University for program availability at a location near you)

Total Credits Required:

76 credits

Financial Aid Available:

Eligible students could be able to receive financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, and loans. Consult with ECPI University for more information about financial assistance.

Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates

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Required Courses for an Associate of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology:

Program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact ECPI University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program.

Core Courses (31 credits)

  • CIS 106: Introduction to Operating Systems
  • CIS 150: Networking I
  • EET 110: Electric Circuits I
  • EET 111: Electric Circuits II
  • EET 111L: Electric Circuits LAB
  • EET 120: Semiconductor Devices
  • EET 121: Electronic Systems Applications
  • EET 130: Digital Systems I
  • EET 230: Digital Systems II
  • IST 120: Computer Applications
  • Students choose one of the following:
    • CIS 121: Logic and Design
    • CIS 151: Networking

Arts and Sciences Courses (22 credits)

  • COM 110: Principles of Speech
  • ENG 110: English Composition
  • ENG 120: Advanced Composition
  • HUM 205: Culture and Diversity
  • MTH 131: College Algebra
  • PHY 120: Physics
  • PHY 120L: Physics LAB
  • PSY 105: Introduction to Psychology

Self-Integration Courses (3 credits)

  • COR 090: Career Orientation Seminar
  • FOR 110: Essentials for Success

Electronics Engineering Technology Courses (20 credits)

  • EET 250: Computer Configuration I
  • EET 251: Computer Configuration II
  • EET 251L: Computer Configuration II LAB
  • EET 252: Data Communications and Networking
  • EET 282: Wireless Security
  • Various Electives

Post-Graduation Opportunities:

Career Paths:

Upon completing this program, graduates may be able to seek out a job position that suits their individual talents and interests. They may be able to work with computer hardware or with the coding and design aspects of electronics. Students might have the opportunity to work with a team or individually in a variety of different work environments, such as offices, technology laboratories, telecommunication companies, or manufacturing facilities.

Positions that students could pursue include but are not limited to:

  • Electrical Engineering Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Fiber Optics Installer
  • Computer Hardware Designer/Tester
  • Network Administrator